Tag: Political violence

  • Political Kidnapping

    Hierarchical Display of Political kidnapping Politics > Politics and public safety > Public safety > Political violenceLaw > Criminal law > Offence > Crime against individuals > Illegal restraint Political kidnapping Concept of Political kidnapping See the dictionary definition of […]

  • Political Kidnapping

    Hierarchical Display of Political kidnapping Politics > Politics and public safety > Public safety > Political violenceLaw > Criminal law > Offence > Crime against individuals > Illegal restraint Political kidnapping Concept of Political kidnapping See the dictionary definition of […]

  • Illegal Restraint

    Hierarchical Display of Illegal restraint Law > Criminal law > Offence > Crime against individualsSocial Questions > Social affairs > Social problem > CrimePolitics > Politics and public safety > Public safety > Political violence > TerrorismPolitics > Politics and public safety > […]

  • Prisoner

    Prisoner Vote in Election Law Some countries allow prisoners to vote. Given that they are usually incarcerated far from their electoral constituencies and obviously cannot leave, polling centres are set up inside jails so that they may exercise their right to vote. Resources See Also Social […]

  • Prisoner

    Prisoner Vote in Election Law Some countries allow prisoners to vote. Given that they are usually incarcerated far from their electoral constituencies and obviously cannot leave, polling centres are set up inside jails so that they may exercise their right to vote. Resources See Also Social […]

  • Refugee

    Who Becomes a Refugee? Introduction to Refugee People leave their home countries for many reasons. Sometimes they are fleeing poverty, or they hope to find a better life in another place. People who migrate for economic reasons, however, are not considered refugees. Yet economic migrants […]

  • Refugee

    Who Becomes a Refugee? Introduction to Refugee People leave their home countries for many reasons. Sometimes they are fleeing poverty, or they hope to find a better life in another place. People who migrate for economic reasons, however, are not considered refugees. Yet economic migrants […]

  • Ethnic Cleansing

    Embracing mainstream international law, this section on ethnic cleansing explores the context, history and effect of the area of the law covered here. Resources Further Reading The entry "ethnic cleansing" in the Parry and Grant Encyclopaedic Dictionary of International Law […]

  • Extradition

    Introduction to Extradition Extradition, in law, surrender by one sovereign power to another of a fugitive from justice. Between nations, the right of one power to demand of another the extradition of a fugitive accused of crime, and the duty of the country in which the fugitive has found […]

  • Asymmetric Warfare

    Hierarchical Display of Asymmetric warfare International Relations > International security > International conflict > WarPolitics > Politics and public safety > Public safety > Political violence > Terrorism Asymmetric warfare Concept of Asymmetric warfare See the dictionary definition of […]

  • Asymmetric Warfare

    Hierarchical Display of Asymmetric warfare International Relations > International security > International conflict > WarPolitics > Politics and public safety > Public safety > Political violence > Terrorism Asymmetric warfare Concept of Asymmetric warfare See the dictionary definition of […]

  • War Victim

    Hierarchical Display of War victim International Relations > International securityLaw > Rights and freedoms > Human rights > International human rights lawPolitics > Politics and public safety > Public safety > Political violence > Concentration campLaw > Criminal law > Criminal […]

  • War Victim

    Hierarchical Display of War victim International Relations > International securityLaw > Rights and freedoms > Human rights > International human rights lawPolitics > Politics and public safety > Public safety > Political violence > Concentration campLaw > Criminal law > Criminal […]

  • Coup D'etat

    Summary of Coup D'etat The overthrow of an established government by an insurgent group of forces within the government itself. A coup differs from a revolution in that a revolution implies a general uprising of the population, or at least widespread support through the nation for the […]

  • Crime Against Humanity

    Crime(s) Against Humanity Embracing mainstream international law, this section on crime(s) against humanity explores the context, history and effect of the area of the law covered here. Resources Further Reading The entry "crime(s) against humanity" in the Parry and Grant […]